Omicron support grant opens to hospitality and leisure businesses

Omicron support grant opens to hospitality and leisure businesses

The Omicron Hospitality and Leisure Grant (OHLG), aimed at supporting those businesses in the hospitality, leisure, and accommodation sectors most impacted by the Covid-19 Omicron variant, is now open to eligible businesses in many areas.

The grant was announced by Government in late December 2021 recognising that the rise in rates of the Omicron variant resulted in significant business impact. Eligible rated businesses will be supported with one-off grants of up to £6,000, with total grant amounts dependent on each business’s rateable value.

Full details of grant amounts can be found on here.

Businesses interested in applying for the scheme are encouraged to check their eligibility on the Government’s website and submit an application as soon as possible, should they be eligible, to their local authority:

Boston Borough Council
East Lindsey District Council
City of Lincoln Council
Lincolnshire County Council
North Kesteven District Council
South Holland District Council
South Kesteven District Council
West Lindsey District Council

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